- Pilot plan: eyeball navigation, tide/current windows
- Steer downwind, furl head sail.
- Check for trailing lines, sheets, or dinghy painters (tow line) that could foul the prop.
- MAKE SURE THERE ARE NO SWIMMERS NEARBY IN THE WATER.
- Engine on.
- Steer head to wind, lower main sail.
- All sheets taught, center traveler, secure main sheet, tidy lines & sails
- Discuss plan. Make sure each crew member (especially Reverie) knows their responsibilities.
- Blow up fenders.
- Hail marina for dock assignment. (Which side tie? Assistance available/needed?)
- Docking plan/contingency plan. How and where is the spring line being attached?
- Place lines & fenders according to dock configuration. Skipper must check and approve.
- Roll up enclosure.
- Check to make sure rail objects (BBQ/Outboard/Anchor) won’t hit pilings.
- Dock the boat.
- Turn off shore power circuit breaker.
- Connect shore power cord.
- Turn on breaker and inverter/charger.
- Windlass switch on.
- Remove clip from chain.
- Test buttons with a quick push down/up.
- Check tides for depth at low. Minimum 8ft at low when no swell/wake/waves.
- Drop chain. Mark waypoint where anchor is dropped.
- Chain marked every 25 ft. Let out around 5x depth at high tide.
- Snubber attached with two rolling hitches.
- Swim ladder down if anyone is swimming.
- Hoist anchor ball, plugin light.
- Attention: Do NOT swim under the keel when checking the anchor in shallow water.
- Close the throttle to slow idle.
- Place the gear shift in neutral.
- Stop the engine by depressing red stop button on Yanmar panel on SB side of cockpit coaming.
- Turn engine panel key to OFF.
- Continue running engine blower for 5 min. (or longer) after engine shutdown to cool down engine compartment and eliminate fumes.
- If the engine is not to be used again for an extended period, the water intake valve should be closed. Place start key around valve. Turn the engine battery switch to OFF.
Stopped & Secure
- Open Hatches
- Center rudder, engage wheel brake
- Shut off instruments (autopilot, GPS, etc) and cover